For every bouquet we sell, we’ll give more than 10% of the
profits to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

 The delightful Cornish 100 Stem Daffodil Bouquets go on sale from 2nd February* with more than 10% (50p) of the sale of each bunch going straight to our charity partner, Teenage Cancer Trust making this huge bouquet a gift that just keeps on giving!

We’re committed to raising a life-changing £5 million to support the charity’s vital work and this is just one of the first of many initiatives that Aldi will be supporting in order to ensure no young person faces cancer alone.

Tony Baines, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: “At Aldi we are delighted to offer our customers the finest seasonal produce throughout the year at the very best price and our floral option is no exception. The 100 Stem Daffodil Bouquet Specialbuy is an exciting addition to our award-winning floral range.

Aldi is proud to support Teenage Cancer Trust and we hope to make a valuable contribution to this worthwhile cause through various initiatives over the next five years.”

Money raised throughout the partnership will go towards helping Teenage Cancer Trust reach every young person with cancer across the UK. 

Whether you are bringing some seasonal blooms into your own home or giving a springtime gift to someone else, be quick!  At just £4.99 you’d be disappointed to miss out.

*100 Stem Daffodil Bouquets will be in store as a Specialbuy on 2nd February, 2nd March and 6th April, while stocks last.

Charity Number: England & Wales 1062559, Scotland SC039757 

Other ways Aldi will be helping.

Staff from around our 650 stores will be taking  part in runs, swims, treks and challenges to raise vital funds. We’ll also be stocking Specialbuys and organising store activities for our customers to  help raise much needed money.

Aldi will also be a headline sponsor of Teenage Cancer Trust’s flagship fundraising music and comedy shows at the Royal Albert Hall in March 2017. Featuring Olly Murs, The Who, Paul Weller and The Pet Shop Boys, plus a fantastic comedy line-up, it will be one of the biggest fundraising events of the year.